An Interview With Mark Healey – The Award-Winning Waterman

Mark Healey hails from Oahu’s North Shore,Hawaii and as a professional big-wave surfer,award-winning spear-fisherman, free-diver,photographer, filmmaker, and part-time Hollywood stuntman. Read his latest interview with Bremont

2018-12-24T09:50:56+00:00

Hektometer Freediving Goggles Review

Want to know how Hektometer freediving goggles work and why they are such a revolutionary freediving product? Read this review by Emma Farrell - owner of Go Freediving - which runs through the advantages and disadvantages of the world's first air filled self-equalising freediving goggles, and why they could be a real game-changer in the freediving world.

2019-04-02T09:42:06+01:00

Weighting Yourself Correctly for Freediving

Welcome to Part Twelve of The Beginner’s Guide to Freediving, the best place to start your freediving journey. If you’re planning to start freediving, this chapter covers weighting yourself correctly for freediving, what sort of weighting we need for different freediving disciplines and water temperatures, plus how to set your point of neutral buoyancy for performance and safety.

2017-10-24T10:18:15+01:00

Furry wetsuit designed at MIT to keep you warmer in the water

Scientists at MIT have designed a prototype furry wetsuit modelled on otters and beavers, who manage to dive and stay warm by trapping a layer of air in their thick fur. Read how this could mean the development of thinner and more flexible wetsuits for freedivers and how it works.

2017-10-24T10:18:28+01:00